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Getting personal: an exploratory study of intimate and personal care provision for people with profound and multiple intellectual disabilities

By: Carnaby, S.
Contributor(s): Cambridge, P.
Series: Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 46 (2) 2002: 120-132.Publisher: 2002Subject(s): PERSONAL HYGIENE | HYGIENE | PERSONAL NEEDS | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | STAFF ATTITUDES | STAFF TRAININGSummary: This paper reports on the methodology and findings of an exploratory study designed to map the key management and practice issues, and suggest ways forward for the providers of services for people with an intellectual disability in relation to the quality and outcomes of intimate and personal care.
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This paper reports on the methodology and findings of an exploratory study designed to map the key management and practice issues, and suggest ways forward for the providers of services for people with an intellectual disability in relation to the quality and outcomes of intimate and personal care.

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